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Spirit of the Indian Ocean

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Spirit of the Indian Ocean

Explore the Spirit of the Indian Ocean, from Cape Town to Singapore on this 24 night cruise holiday on board the Nowegian Spirit. South Africa’s Mossel Bay is home to beaches that beckon those looking to relax whilst the Cape St. Blaize Lighthouse invites the architecturally curious. In Port Victoria, the sunny beaches of the Seychelles and a colourful covered market will welcome you. Phuket is where you’ll find the Wat Chalong temple and iconic Big Buddha that sits atop a local mountain that also offers panoramic views of the island paradise. The liveliness of Kuala Lumpur can be found in the Bukit Bintang district or descend into the temples hidden within the Batu Caves.

Package Includes:

Return flight and taxes from Johannesburg
1 Night hotel stay in Singapore
23 Nights full board cruise on board Nowegian Spirit
$125 On board credit per cabin
Port taxes and baggage charges
Selected transfers

Call 0861 11 33 88 to book

Norwegian Spirit

Dining

17 dining options, your taste buds will always be in for a thrill.

Complimentary Dining
Every cruise fare includes beautifully crafted menus in our two main dining rooms, a help-yourself buffet and a variety of casual cafés, grills and on-the-go choices. From fresh-baked breads, desserts and pastries to our chefs’ original dishes made with the freshest ingredients, your dining can be as fine or fun as you want.

Speciality Dining
Dining aboard Norwegian is about having choices. Enjoy delicious comfort foods as well as more exotic choices from our many complimentary dining options. Or widen your palette further and choose from our speciality restaurants for a cover charge or á la carte. Whether it’s a cheeseburger you have a desire for, or Coq au Vin, your dinner is ready when you are. And if you book a Speciality Dining Package, you can savour an array of our speciality restaurants for one special price.

Entertainment

From the stages of the Stardust theatre we’ll have you singing along, moving your feet and getting into the groove. Laugh all night with our comedians or join our signature bash, the White Hot Party.

Elements
From mesmerising magic to the visual feast of flying to exciting music and dance, this dazzling show will revel in the four elements of Earth, Air, Water & Fire

Soul Rockin’ Nights
Kick up your cowboy boots, then chill out to the sweet sounds of folk and get thrown back with the power rock of the 80’s!

World Beat
Feel the percussive beats of Irish tap dancing, the soulful cadences of New York City street stomps, the haunting drums of Africa, the dramatic Kodo rhythms of Asia & more.

Prices

  • Inside: R 62 999 pps
  • Outside: Sold Out
  • Balcony: Sold Out
  • Suite: R 263 999 pps




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22 March 2020,Cape Town, South Africa

Cape Town is both the legislative capital of South Africa and one of its most vibrant cities. Make your way to the top of Table Mountain for panoramic views of the surrounding city and harbour. Visit Robben Island to see the former site of the notorious former prison that held Nelson Mandela. Explore the manicured lawns and beautiful forest in Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens. Then stop by the V&A Waterfront for some shopping and entertainment.
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23 March 2020,Mosselbay, South Africa

Located along the Southern Cape, Mossel Bay is one of South Africa's most popular tourist destinations. Sink your toes into the sands of Santos Beach. Hike up the trail to the Cape St. Blaize Lighthouse where the 19th century structure provides stunning views of the surrounding area. Learn about the earliest humans at the Point of Human Origins archaeological site. Then explore the more recent cultural heritage at the Bartolomeu Dias Museum.
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24 March 2020,Port Elizabeth, South Africa

Port Elizabeth is one of South Africa's major municipalities and bears the nickname "The Friendly City." Relax on beautiful King's Beach. Spot some big game at the Kragga Kamma Game Park nature reserve. Explore the rich history of South Africa's Eastern Cape at the Donkin Reserve. Try local dishes like potjiekos, an indigenous stew cooked outdoors in a cast-iron pot.
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25 March 2020,At Sea

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26 March 2020,Richard's Bay, South Africa

Situated on the deepest natural harbour in the Southern Hemisphere, Richard's Bay will thrill both nature and culture seekers. Spend the day walking through the Umlalazi Nature Reserve where you might see one of the rarest birds of pray in South Africa, the Palm-Nut vulture. Catch some sun or some waves at Aklantstrand Beach or learn about South African history and art at the Empangeni Museum.
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27 - 29 March 2020,At Sea

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30 March 2020,Pointes des Galets, Reunion

With its lush rainforests and beaches bordering coral reefs, Pointe des Galets, Réunion will dazzle you with its natural splendor. This island in the Indian Ocean is a French department and is known for Piton de la Fournaise, a climbable active volcano that rises to 8,635 ft. When you're not hiking through the Bélouve Forest or laying back on l'Hermitage beach, you can visit the Aquarium of Réunion or stop by the Jardin de l'Etat, a botanical garden opened in 1773.
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31 March 2019,Port Louis, Mauritius

Lose yourself in the Mauritian capital of Port Louis. Named after a former French emperor, this port city was a major point of passage for ships sailing around the Cape of Good Hope. Visit the famous Champs de Mars race track. Learn about the local history and culture at the Blue Penny Museum. Walk through the gorgeous foliage in Les Jardins De La Compagnie. Then stroll along the Caudan Waterfront to check out the shops, restaurants and famous Chinese Pagoda.
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01 - 02 April 2020,At Sea

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03 April 2020,Port Victoria, Seychelles

ake a sabbatical in the Seychelles capital of Victoria. Located on Mahé Island in the Indian Ocean, it's famous for its exports of vanilla and coconut oil. Take a stroll through the Seychelle National Botanical Gardens full of flora, fauna and fruit bats. Stop by the Selwyn-Clarke Market for some street shopping. Try some local Ladob, a dish that can be served either sweet or savoury. Then settle in for some sun at Beau Vallon Beach or visit the Navasakthi Vinayagar hindu temple.
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04 - 05 April 2020,At Sea

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06 April 2020,Male, Maldives

Male, the capital of the island nation of Maldives, is known for its colourful buildings and being one of the most densely populated cities in the world. Visit the Malé Friday Mosque, built in 1658, to experience its ornate architecture. Scuba dive amongst the many atolls that surround the capital. Stop at the many restaurants and shops along Majeedhee Magu. The harbour houses a fish and produce market where visitors can taste the daily catch or try the local fruit.
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07 - 09 April 2020,At Sea

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10 April 2020,Phuket, Thailand

Experience the many facets of Phuket, from its gorgeous beaches, to its 19th century Chinese and Western architecture and stunning Buddhist temples. Wat Chalong with its lovely pagoda, and Wat Phra Thong, revered for its huge golden Buddha statue, are must-sees. Explore the breathtaking Phang Nga National Park, made famous by the James Bond film The Man with the Golden Gun. If it is shopping you seek, bright silks, teak carvings and trinkets will satisfy many a shopping list.
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11 April 2020,Langkawi, Malaysia

Langkawi's appeal extends from sea level to its hilly interior. Kilim Karst Geoforest Park with its boat tour of mangrove forests, bat caves and floating restaurants, is a leading attraction. Adrenaline seekers can take a walk 2,300 feet above sea level on the Langkawi Sky Bridge and enjoy the amazing view of the surrounding rain forests and nearby islands. If sea level is more your level, relaxing on Cenang Beach or some duty-free shopping in Kuah Town may be just your thing.
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12 March 2020,Penang, Malaysia

Known as "The Pearl of the Orient," this island's rainforest and waterfall-clad mountains form the backdrop to its beautiful, sandy beaches. The capital's George Town Historic District, a wonderful mix of elaborate colonial homes, Chinese heritage buildings and temples, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The sprawling Kek Lok Si Temple, with a 100-foot pagoda and gardens, overlooks George Town, and is a great spot for photos. Penang's abundant street eats will tempt foodies.
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13 March 2020,Kuala Lumpur (Port Klang), Malaysia

The diverse capital of Malaysia blends colonial, Islamic and modern architecture, from the soaring Petronas Towers to the beautiful Masjid Jamek, once Kuala Lumpur's main mosque. Get a bird's eye view of the city from the open-air observation deck of the Kuala Lumpur Tower, the highest point in the city open to the public. Head to the air-conditioned Central Market to browse its stalls and shops for all kinds of souvenirs, with no bargaining necessary.

14 April 2020 ,Singapore

Disembarkation
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Norwegian Spirit

Additional Info

  • Departing : 22 March, 2020
  • Duration : 24 Nights
  • From: R62 999 pps

Contact Details

Telephone 0861 11 33 88
Monday to Friday: 9 AM – 5 PM

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